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Do the virtual laboratories work on Macintosh computers?

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Do the virtual laboratories work on Macintosh computers?

All of the Y Science virtual laboratory products work on both Windows and OS X platforms. However, due to a bug in in the current version of Adobe Director using by the simulations some of the simulations will not work on certain Intel Macs. Currently, the simulations that will not work include the Inorganic and Organic simulations on some MacBooks, iMacs, and Mac Minis. MacBook Pros and Mac Pros appear to work fine. For MacBooks, iMacs, and Mac Minis, it is not always obvious which will work and which will not. There does not appear to be any problems with the G4 and G5 Mac platforms. Currently, the only solution to this problems is to install a PC emulator such as Parallels or VM Fusion on the Intel Mac and install the virtual laboratories in a Windows environment. This is a satisfactory solution and in most cases the simulations will run faster (and cooler for the laptops) than in the native OS X environment.

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